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ABOUT THE ROLE
As an Autonomy Stack Lead you will work within the unmanned systems engineering team on the design, development and implementation of software architecture, real-time control algorithms, artificial intelligence, motion planning, computer vision and sensor processing algorithms, graphical user interfaces, and inter-process messaging for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV).
HOW YOU WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Research, study, and proposes use of new technologies to be used in the development of new and improved products
Maintain effective communication with suppliers, internal and external customers, and outside resources concerning technical subject matter
Develop detailed requirements and comprehensive test plans
Process engineering information through CMMI level 3 procedures.
Ensure that technical issues are conducted within the framework of company policies and procedures
Evaluate designs for performance, safety, and reliability
Establishes priorities for work delegated to others
Prepare technical proposals, quotations, reports, and presentations
WHAT YOU NEED
Master's degree in engineering, (mechanical, electrical, computer)
Two or more years’ experience in developing software for unmanned ground vehicles, computer vision, and/or LIDAR sensor processing
Proven experienced engineer or team leader with experience in:
ADAS, and connected and automated systems, architectures, sensors and actuators
Safety-critical software-intensive control systems
Requirements capture and specifications for demonstrator and production applications
Suppliers operating in the CAV arena
Validation & verification of CAV systems
Potential travel 20% of time
HOW TO STAND OUT
Ph. D in engineering, (mechanical, electrical, computer).
Five or more years’ experience in developing software for unmanned ground vehicles, computer vision, and/or LIDAR sensor processing
Knowledge/experience in the following areas - CAV technology trends and market needs, Cyber security, and/or CAV system validation & verification in virtual, controlled and real-world environments
Functional safety and the interrelationship with CAV architecture for automated systems (e.g.; ISO26262, SOTIF, UL4600)
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